Polymer pointillism

Leah Radlett rolls polymer into a pointillist sunflower on PolymerClayDaily

South Australia’s Leah Radlett tales a different approach to mosaics. Her 4″ tiles are composed of round polymer elements.

Nice of Leah to share her in-progress shots. She starts with the background and works inward. which isn’t what you might have expected.

See more of her landscapes on Etsy and Instagram. She calls this one Joyful and says, “I’ve been blessed by so many nice comments about my work and it makes my heart happy to know that people enjoy my art.”

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  • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

    Love this innovative take on mosaics. My fav is the candle “rememberance”

    • reply Leah Radlett ,

      Thanks for your post about my work. I love this blog and the features about the work of so many talented artists ?

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